Greetings to readers on 4 continents! Why do we have so few blog visitors from Africa and from America del Sur (South America)?
Today, we begin a series of pictorial essays. We need a break from the thematic essays for a while. All the pictures in these essays, for better or for worse, were taken by Lucy or myself. In today’s essay, about 90 per cent were taken by Lucy. She is the better photographer.
Candidly, I have never been good at cooking. But, I have always enjoyed eating the meals prepared by good cooks! Most of the entrees below were prepared by a relative of Lucy’s who has had culinary academy training. Enjoy.
This first picture is of appetizers.
This next image is of a salad with romaine lettuce, beets, and oranges with avocado lime dressing.
Here is another salad with purple cabbage.
This next pic is of sandwiches (possibly egg salad).
This next photo is of noodles with Chinese broccoli.
Here we see noodles, fish balls, and Chinese greens (and chop sticks).
Now, to meat dishes. Here is “rack of lamb”.
Turkey (below) looks delicious. Looks like peaches (from cans) on the side.
Various meats including ham.
Meatloaf with a garnish of green peas.
Dinner rolls and another entree.
Turkey bread (made somewhat in the shape of a turkey – use your imagination).
Cup cake like items for dessert.
Lucy and I ate at a restaurant on Friday, 22 February. Here are the entrees we had.
Vegetarian omelette. Trust me, it was as delicious as it looks! Mushrooms, peppers, cheeses, small amounts of tomato all on top of hash brown potatoes.
Fish and chips. Cod in a beer batter, French fries, and cole slaw (and soup was included).
Hopefully, you have enjoyed our humble offering. More pictorial essays will follow over the next several days on different topics. Feel free to share this essay with your friends.
Best wishes to all!